MicroChanneling 

Microchanneling, is the next generation of microneedling. Instead of pulling the device across the skin, the needles are precisely administered to the skin using a “stamp” type pattern – which doesn’t cause tearing or any additional trauma to the skin. 

A single treatment creates hundreds of thousands of microchannels. In response to each micro-injury, an inflammatory healing process begins which initiates the formation of new collagen. Over time, the repeated healing process improves the surface texture and the overall appearance of the skin. 

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FAQ

What's the difference between 
MicroNeedling and MicroChanneling?

 

The main differences between microchanneling and microneedling are the type of device used to perform the treatment and the technique that is used. A microneedling device involves the use of a handheld roller covered in tiny needles which is dragged over the skin. This method can actually tear the skin.

Instead, the microchanneling device encompasses a linear stamping technique, resulting in clean, consistent micro-channels. This reduced tissue damage results in reduced inflammation and substantially decreased discomfort for clients. Reduced inflammation means less downtime. Typical downtime after a microchanneling treatment is 60-90 minutes, compared to days of downtime with microneedling.

How many treatments will I need?
Who is an ideal candidate?

For light anti-aging treatments, 1 to 2 treatments may be sufficient but for deeper wrinkles & scarring, you may require 4 to 6 treatments to achieve desired results. An interval of 3 to 4 weeks between treatments is typically recommended and you can see the results 2-3 weeks after your treatment.

How many treatments are required?Who is an ideal candidate?

You are an ideal candidate for ProCell Microchanneling if you have:

  • Fine lines or wrinkles,

  • Uneven skin texture

  • Moderate skin laxity

  • Stretch marks

  • Atrophic (depressed) acne scars

  • Sun damage

  • Traumatic scars